REGIONAL FILM COMMISSIONS

Western Norway Film Commission

Western Norway Film Commission (WNFC) is based in Bergen and covers the counties of Hordaland, Sogn og Fjordane and Møre og Romsdal. In this part of the country you will find a wide range of locations - fjords, mountains, glaciers, year-round snow, dramatic roads and coastal landscapes. WNFC can assist you in your search for locations, professionals, production facilities and industry information. 

Mid Nordic Film Commission

The Mid Nordic Film Region covers the areas of Central Norway and Central Sweden. Though the region is small in size it is one of the most diverse you will ever find. It covers locations from the rugged Norwegian Atlantic Coast through the wide open alpine landscapes of Sweden to the Baltic Sea. They can offer fantastic unused locations, professional crews and financing opportunities.

Rogaland Film Commission

Rogaland Film Commission is based in Stavanger and covers the county of Rogaland in the Southwestern part of Norway. Rogaland Filmcommission services film producers interested in utilizing our locations and/or work with the skilled crews and companies in the county. The film commission is part of Filmkraft Rogaland, which also consists of a regional film-centre and -fund.

REGIONAL FILM FUNDS

FUZZ 

Fuzz film fund is based in Bergen. The fund can provide equity funding of up to €500 000 for feature films, games, documentaries with theatrical distribution, and TV productions that are produced partly or entirely in Western Norway. Fuzz is looking at projects with a two-fold interest: 1) to recoup their investment alongside other equity investors, and 2) to strengthen the audiovisual sector in Western Norway.

Filmkraft Fond

Filmkraft Fond is located in Stavanger in the county of Rogaland. The fund invests in Norwegian and/or international productions that contribute to strengthen the film industry in Rogaland. The fund support development and produtions of films, TV-dramas and computer games.

Filminvest Midt-Norge

Filminvest Midt-Norge is a regional fund which provides top financing for co-produtions with a regional producer. The production can take place in Norway or abroad, but the fund assumes that the participation in financing partnership will generate a turnover in the region, amounting to 100% of invested capital, limited to use in the audiovisual sector. The fund invests in feature films, TV-dramas and games. 

Film3

Film3 is a regional film fund located in Lillehammer. They provide funding for film and television productions in the two counties of Hedmark and Oppland, in the eastern parts of Norway. The name Film3 refers to the threefold focus of the company: film, funding and facilitation. Film3 offers facilitation for foreign productions coming to the region and they can act as co-producer in features and television series.

Film Camp 

FilmCamp is a regional resource and infrastructure company that accommodate needs and demands in the market for feature film and TV productions in the very north of Norway. FilmCamp is located on a small beautiful island in a river in the middle of Troms county. FilmCamp also have a fund meant for film and TV productions shot in the region or at FilmCamp.

Filmfond Nord

The fund is based in Bodø, and covers the county of Nordland. The fund gives production support to commercial feature films, TV-dramas produced without support of NRK, and documentary films with theatrical distribution. The fund requires the use of locations or crew from the region, or local spending.

REGIONAL FILM CENTRES

Vestnorsk Filmsenter 

Vestnorsk Filmsenter (Western Norway Film Centre) is based in Bergen and covers the counties of Hordaland, Sogn og Fjordane og Møre og Romsdal. The center provides grants for development and production of short films and documentaries. The centre also hosts workshops, master classes and skills development programmes for film professionals in the region, and houses script development schemes for feature films and series. Funding is given to production companies based in the region, and to projects that draw on regional talents and resources.

Filmkraft Rogaland Filmsenter

Filmkraft Rogaland Filmsenter is located in Stavanger and covers the county of Rogaland. The centre provide funding for development and production of short films, documentaies, animation films and computer games for youngsters and children. The centre also hosts workshops, master classes and skills development programmes for film professionals in the region.

Midtnorsk Filmsenter

Midtnorsk Filmsenter is located in Trondheim and covers the counties of Sør-Trøndelag and Nord-Trøndelag. They provide funding to short- and documentary films with a strong connection to the region.

Nordnorsk Filmsenter

Nordnorsk Filmsenter is located in Tromsø, and covers the three northern counties in Norway, Nordland, Troms and Finnmark. They fund development and production of short and documentary films, which contributes to develope the audio visual industry in the region.

Østnorsk Filmsenter

Østnorsk Filmsenter is located in Lillehammer and covers the counties of Hedmark and Oppland. The fund has a special focus on films and TV drama for a young audience, animations and documentaries. They are open for international co-productions.

Viken Filmsenter

Viken Filmsenter is located in Drammen and covers the counties of Akershus, Buskerud, Østfold and Vestfold. The fund provides development and production support for short films and documentaries.

Sørnorsk Filmsenter

Sørnorsk Filmsenter is located in Kristiansand and covers the counties Vest-Agder, Aust-Agder and Telemark. They give funding to short  and documentary films with a strong connection to the region of southern Norway. 

International Sámi Film Centre

The International Sàmi Film Centre (ISF) is located in Kautokeino in the county of Finnmark. The goal of ISF is to provide the Sàmi population with competence and better economic foundation to develope, produce and screen their own films in the Sámi language. The centre is for all professional film workers all over the Sámi area both in Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia. The film projects are to be primarily produced in the Sámi language.